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Why Wont The H22 SuperCharger Bolt Up?

Discussion in 'Forced Induction' started by Accordturbo94, Sep 22, 2003.

  1. Accordturbo94

    Accordturbo94 Senior Member

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    Hey I was wondering does anyone know the reason why the jackson S.C wont work on the OBD1 92-96 Models! I emailed Jackson to see if i could get it to work he said no! Well I want to know WHY? I dont want a turbo... I want a supercharger! Please help!
     
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    Loco Honkey Banned

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    Why don't you ask Oscar why it won't bolt up? Maybe it will, but it isn't certified for OBD1 cars?
     
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    MXDesa Senior Member

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    I dont see why it shouldn't bolt up to the same way as it would for models after 1996. I looked up model numbers for intake manifolds from both skunk2 and Venom, and the model numbers were the same for all model H22 motors so i dont think they are telling you "no it wont work" because it doens't bolt up but they are saying no for some other reason.
     
  4. Accordturbo94

    Accordturbo94 Senior Member

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    So I take it no one has actually put one on there obd 1's! The only thing i can think of that they would be any diffrent is the FMU that Jacksons uses! But shit you would think than they would offer both kits but with the diffrent fmu
     
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    Im lost.. oh well now that this Thread has been jacked! So does anyone know a obd 1 that has been supercharged
     
  6. radnulb

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    blundelld: did honda change the intake manifold bolt pattern from 92-95 vs 96-01 for the H22A?
    IntegraLS90: do you have a later mani available to lok at?
    IntegraLS90: because i have pics of my h23 manifold right here actually u can compare with, but to my KNOWLEDGE they didnt
    IntegraLS90: cuz alot of ppl put ATR intakes on....
    IntegraLS90: which are later h22's
    blundelld: I'm curious cause JRSC don't officially support the 92-95 H22A for their kit
    blundelld: and some kid on hondaswap is trying to figure out if the kit will fit
    IntegraLS90: right, they do that because of shocktock/abs modulator fitament issues
    blundelld: elaborate?
    blundelld: so... is it because its not a bolt in or is it a major hassle ?
    IntegraLS90: well the reason JRSC's wont fit accord and 4th gen preludes (which are basically identical to accords up front) is shock tower and brake equipment.. it physcially impossible
    IntegraLS90: ive seen it tried, no way to move shit out of the way..
    IntegraLS90: he can make more power w/the right turbo anyway
    IntegraLS90: JRSC is a rip
    IntegraLS90: send him to lovefab.com :)

    FWIW, IntegraLS90 is a buddy of mine with a 4G Accord that knows a lot of ppl with accords/preludes/swapped-accords+preludes.
     
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    zcrex Senior Member

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    who cares :sleep: :roll:
     
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    the kid asked why the JRSC won't work on a 92-95 H22. I answered in form of pasting an IM conversation I didn't care to retype.

    Shut the fuck up dipshit and find your own thread to crap on zcrex.
     
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    Accordturbo94 Senior Member

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    Well That sounds good enough for me! I appreciate your time greatly! Im going to lean from the turbo... maybe just do a nitrous kit! That way than at least im not always piss pounding the motor! Thanks Again!
     
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    Piss pounding the motor? Wait, and nitrous isn't "piss pounding" the motor?

    Turbo isn't any worse for an engine than Nitrous, and if properly tuned, will last 50K+ miles on top of whatever mileage you have.
     
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    I'm with Loco Honkey on this one. Having a motor last a long time is a matter of making good choices about how you put it together, not whether it is supercharged, turbocharged or fed nitrous. I've seen just as many kids blow their shit spraying as boosting.
     
  12. dohcvtec_accord

    dohcvtec_accord WRX Sellout

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    Exactly. Does this mean that every Evo, WRX, Supra, etc is going to blow up within 20,000 miles just because they're turbocharged?
     
  13. Accordturbo94

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    Think about that one!!! EVO, WRX... FACTORY TURBO BUILT MOTORS TO HANDLE TURBO.... theres your answer.. turbos will boost all the time when you accelerate... No way around it unless you shift really early and hiway driving one with an h22! Close gear ratio ... I was saying i would be able to control the nitrous and only used it when i needed it!1
     
  14. Accordturbo94

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    Of course not saying the supercharger wont.. but its more work to crank the boost up on on of those.. i know from experince I have a boost problame and I like to crank it up! :worthy:
     
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    dohcvtec_accord WRX Sellout

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    As radnulb (or is it blundar? :) )said, if you build it correctly, it will last just fine. This is the equivalent of getting a factory-built turbocharged engine. THEY build it right too. If you put some time and thought into your boosted engine, it will last just fine.

    And if you think spraying an engine won't put as much stress on it as boosting it, you're going to be sorely disappointed when you melt your engine....
     
  16. Accordturbo94

    Accordturbo94 Senior Member

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    Yep you guys are stuck in your ways... re read what i wrote!
     
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